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Chef Sylvia Bostock’s eclectic offerings at her new restaurant, Sylvia

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Chef Sylvia Bostock’s eclectic offerings at her new restaurant, Sylvia’s, range from an Asian-inspired tuna tartelette in a soy-ginger demiglace with a succulent cowboy ribeye served atop a small mountain of fried onions.

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idiom is from X to Y.
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Range from X to Y is the correct idiom. Hence, B
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Re: Chef Sylvia Bostock’s eclectic offerings at her new restaurant, Sylvia &nbs [#permalink] 12 Mar 2017, 22:46
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